Activity in courts is certain to increase with the temperatures this July. We’re watching at least seven states for significant courtroom activity and potential decisions affecting voting rights.
In our second Voter Testimony piece, we examine a case challenging Louisiana’s congressional map. We parse through the lawsuit to understand the very real harm that inadequate representation inflicts on Black communities in Louisiana.
As legislative sessions conclude for the year, the laws introduced and passed in 2021 compared to 2022 clue us into the shifting priorities of Republicans seeking to sow doubt into our electoral process.
Redistricting is about more than just who will control Congress. It’s about who will have a voice — and who won’t. In this piece, we highlight four communities that were split up and silenced by Republican redistricting.
Why do people intervene in a lawsuit they aren’t originally involved in? And what is an intervention in the first place? Today, we’re breaking down what it means to intervene in a case and why groups choose to do so.
Now is the time for Democrats to intensify their focus on redistricting, not turn away.
Almost every state has a law outlining how a private citizen, elections officials or poll watchers can challenge a voter’s eligibility and right to vote. This creates an opening for disruptive and discriminatory challenges.
The least surprising revelation of this week’s Jan. 6 hearings is that Rudy Giuliani was in the White House on election night in 2020 offering drunken advice to Donald Trump.
Nowhere has had as much redistricting drama this year as Ohio. Today, we’re recapping what went down in Ohio redistricting and where things currently stand as Election Day draw near.
Stacey Abrams’ Fair Fight takes on True the Vote, a right-wing group that challenged the eligibility of hundreds of thousands of Georgians in advance of the January 2021 Senate runoff elections. Here’s what voters have said of the experience.